*nix Documentation Project
·  Home
 +   man pages
·  Linux HOWTOs
·  FreeBSD Tips
·  *niX Forums

  man pages->IRIX man pages              
 lmremove(1) -- remove specific licenses and return them to license pool
    lmremove allows the system administrator to remove a single user's license for a specified feature. This could be required in the case where the licensed user was running the software on a node that subsequently crashed. This situation will sometimes cause the license to remain unusable. lmremove will allow the license to return to the pool of available licenses.
 lmreread(1) -- tells the license daemon to reread the license file
    lmreread allows the system administrator to tell the license daemon to reread the license file. This can be useful if the data in the license file has changed; the new data can be loaded into the license daemon without shutting down and restarting it. lmreread uses the license file from the command line (or the default file, if none specified) only to find the license daemon to send it the command to reread the license file. The license daemon will always reread the original file that it loaded....
 lmstat(1) -- report status on license manager daemons and feature usage
    lmstat provides information about the status of the server nodes, vendor daemons, vendor features, and users of each feature. Information can be optionally be qualified by specific server nodes, vendor damons, or features.
 lmswitchr(1) -- switch REPORTLOG file to a new file
    lmswitchr switches the FLEXadmin REPORTLOG log file to a new file. The feature argument is to connect to the correct vendor-daemon. All feature log entries for that daemon are moved to the new file.
 lmutil(1) -- generic FLEXlm utility program.
    lmutil is the "general-purpose" FLEXlm utility program. Normally, endusers would not use lmutil directly, they would use the individual utility programs which are either a copy or a link to lmutil.
 lmver(1) -- report the FLEXlm version of a library or binary file
    lmver scans the contents of a binary or library file for the FLEXlm version string and displays it. If no argument is given, lmver assumes the filename is "liblmgr.a" and attempts to find and display the version from that file.
 locale(1) -- get locale-specific information
    The locale utility writes information about the current locale environment to the standard output. When locale is invoked without any arguments, it summarizes the current locale environment for each locale category as determined by the settings of the environment variables defined LANG, LC_ALL, LC_CTYPE, LC_COLLATE, LC_MONETARY, LC_NUME...
 localedef(1) -- define locale environment
    The localedef utility converts source definitions for locale categories into the locale source files usable by the locale generators such as chrtbl, wchrtbl, colltbl, and montbl. It will then execute those generators to produce the locale runtime files LC_CTYPE, LC_COLLATE, and LC_MONETARY respectively. The lo...
 lockd(1) -- NFS lock daemon
    lockd provides the inherently stateful locking services within the stateless NFS environment. It allows the locking of records and files between applications running on different physical machines sharing the same filesystems mounted with NFS. nservers is the number of lockd servers to start. Locks are presently advisory only. The lock style implemented by lockd is that specified in the SVID (see lockf(3C) and fcntl(2)). There is no interaction between the lockd's locks and flock(3B) style lock...
 logger(1) -- make entries in the system log
    Logger provides a shell command interface to the syslog(3B) system log routine. It can log a message specified on the command line, from a specified file, or from the standard input. Each line in the specified file or standard input is logged separately. Logger has the following options: -i Log the process ID of the logger process with each line. -s Log the message to standard error, as well as the system log. -f file Log the contents of the specified file. -p pri Enter the message with the spec...
 login(1) -- sign on
    The login command is used at the beginning of each terminal session and allows you to identify yourself to the system. It is invoked by the system when a connection is first established. It is invoked by the system when a previous user has terminated the initial shell by typing a to indicate an end-of-file. If login is invoked as a command, it must replace the initial command interpreter. This is accomplished by typing exec login ...
 logname(1) -- get login name
    logname prints the name of the user who invoked the command. It gets this name via cuserid(3S).
 lp(1) -- send/cancel requests to an LP line printer
    lp arranges for the named files and associated information (collectively called a request) to be printed by a line printer. If no file names are mentioned, the standard input is assumed. The file name - stands for the standard input and may be supplied on the command line in conjunction with named files. The order in which files appear is the same order in which they will be printed. lp associates a unique id with each request and prints it on the standard output. This id can be used later to ca...
 lpadmin(1) -- configure the LP spooling system
    lpadmin configures line printer (LP) spooling systems to describe printers, classes and devices. It is used to add and remove destinations, change membership in classes, change devices for printers, change printer interface programs and to change the system default destination. Exactly one of the -p, -d or -x options must be present for every legal invocation of lpadmin. -pprinter names a printer to which all of the options below refer. If printer does not exist then it will be created. -xdest r...
 lpenabled(1) -- monitor printer output port and enable printer when port is writable.
    lpenabled monitors the output device for the printer specified on the command line. An example output device is /dev/plp. Once the output device is writable (by lp) lpenabled will enable the printer using the enable(1) command. lpenabled is normally invoked by lpsched(1) when it can not open the output device and the output device. This can happen when the parallel port is connected to both a floppy drive and a printer on O2 systems. The parallel port will become available once the floppy is eje...
<<  [Prev]  21  22  23  24  25  26  27  28  29  30  31  32  33  34  35  36  37  38  39  40  41  
42  43  44  45  46  47  48  49  50  51  52  53  54  55  56  57  58  59  60  61  [Next]  >>
Copyright © 2004-2005 DeniX Solutions SRL
newsletter delivery service